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Multiply and Divide Integers Quiz Part 1

1. What is the value of 14 – a2 given a = –3? (1 point)
23
11
8
5

2. Which equation represents “fifteen more than r is sixty-one?” (1 point)
r + 61 = 15
r + 15 = 61
r – 15 = 61
r – 61 = 15

3. What is the value of 42 – 2(3 • 5 + 1)? (1 point)
8
1
–16
–21

4. What symbol is needed between –2 ? |–3| to make a true statement? (1 point)
<
>
=

5. What is the value of 7(10 – 23) + 8 ÷ 2? (1 point)
11
13
18
32

6. Which set of integers are in the right order from least to greatest? (1 point)
|–10|, –3, 2, 7
7, |–10|, –3, 2
2, –3, 7, |–10|
–3, 2, 7, |–10

7. What is the additive inverse of –42? (1 point)
–42
42
–(–(–42))
–|–42|

8. What is the solution to 107 – (–25)? (1 point)
132
82
–82
–132

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